Lexus On Top in J.D. Power Vehicle Dependabilty Study

by , Feb 13, 2013, 11:20 AM
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Toyota Motor is back. In J.D. Power and Associate's new Vehicle Dependability study, Lexus has won top honors for the second year in a row. Lexus RX has the fewest reported problems in the industry and that means its the first tim ever that  a crossover or SUV has done that, per JD Power.  Rounding out the five highest-ranked nameplates are Porsche, Lincoln, Toyota and Mercedes-Benz. Chrysler Group LLC’s Ram brand posts the greatest year-over-year improvement from 2012—by 52 PP100. 

Toyota Motor won seven segment awards—more than any other automaker in 2013—for the Lexus ES 350; Lexus RX; Scion xB; Scion xD; Toyota Prius; Toyota Sienna; and Toyota RAV4. General Motors receives four segment awards for the Buick Lucerne; Chevrolet Camaro; Chevrolet Tahoe; and GMC Sierra HD. American Honda Motor Corp., Inc., receives two model-level awards for the Acura RDX and Honda Crosstour. The Audi A6, Ford Ranger, Hyundai Sonata, Mazda MX-5 Miata, and Nissan Z also receive segment awards.


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